Academic Skills Educator
Hannah (she/her) is a third-year J.D. student at the Stanford Law School, where she hopes to explore interests in immigration law and public interest technology law. Before coming to Stanford, Hannah completed her undergraduate education at the University of Southern California, where she studied Political Science and Comparative Literature. As an undergraduate, Hannah captained USC’s Parliamentary Debate Team and led debate workshops in the US and South Africa, which taught her the benefits of effective goal-setting, communication, and organization. Hannah’s peer support systems were (and are) hugely important to her academic and mental well-being, so she is excited to be a Peer Learning Consultant to help Stanford students stay motivated and on-target to reach their goals. Outside of school, Hannah enjoys eating any sort of dessert, watching reality TV, and trying to complete crossword puzzles (sometimes all at the same time!).